John of Mirecourt

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(fl. mid 14th century) Paris theologian, Cistercian, and author of a commentary on Peter Lombard’s Sentences.

Several of his propositions were condemned in 1347. Recent scholarship disputes Mirecourt’s long-standing reputation as a radical follower of William of Ockham.


Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).

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